I'm having a problem finding guidance on the proper density for a med marijuana facility which is an F-1 occupancy. The existing system is an ancient ordinary hazard pipe scheduled system and as such the limits of the schedule won't allow any additions without major revamping. We've opted to calculate the modifications to this system but this opens up a whole host of other problems since the water pressure isn't ideal. Long story short - our original design density is for ordinary group II - but I'm wondering if there is any reason why this couldn't be calculated as an Ordinary I, which would solve most of our issues?
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